Toyota's RAV4 created the crossover SUV category when it was released in 1994, borrowing chassis elements from the Corolla sedan and wrapping it in SUV bodywork. That successful formula saw the fifth generation of the platform arrive in late 2018, and now the RAV4 is getting Toyota's TRD treatment to boost its offroad bonafides. The RAV4 TRD isn't just an appearance package. Taking cues from the Ray Millen Rally RAV4, the RAV4 TRD builds on the Adventure package with redesigned suspension components like coil springs and twin-tube shocks with greater wheel travel and better body control. The exterior has an exclusive front grille and trim pieces that set it apart from the Adventure model, along with SofTex seating surfaces and lighter, more rigid 18" wheels with Falken offroad tires. Pricing and availability will be announced closer to launch later in 2019.